The Oliver Perry House, also known as the White House; it was appropriated to house officers and is currently in the process of restoration. The house is a large white wooden sided building with two floors and columns, there are various African-Americans siting on upstairs and downstairs porches, Caucasian man in military uniform sitting on porch, horse, and horse and buggy in front of house, dirt road in foreground, with trees in the background

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Creator:Foster, G. W.
Title:The Oliver Perry House, also known as the White House; it was appropriated to house officers and is currently in the process of restoration. The house is a large white wooden sided building with two floors and columns, there are various African-Americans siting on upstairs and downstairs porches, Caucasian man in military uniform sitting on porch, horse, and horse and buggy in front of house, dirt road in foreground, with trees in the background
Date:1864
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Subjects:African Americans | Architecture | Blacks | Jessamine County, Kentucky | Men | Military | Trees
Collection:Camp Nelson Photographic Collection
Institution:University of Kentucky Libraries
Contributors:University of Kentucky. Libraries | Kentucky Virtual Library
Online Publisher:University of Kentucky
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